I'm not too sure why I'm posting this here, thinking posting a thread about it might diminish the event that just took place....however my buddy who was with me at the time (no more than an hour ago), went home w/o saying a word the drive home. My friend was gonna drop me off but before doing so we parked at some resedential st. to quickly take a piss. (lol). Rather than immediately get back in the car we decide to lean back against his car's trunk and just catch up. 5 minutes later, a red truck screeches right up to our car. We don't get into cautionary mode; just continue to stand there to see what's going on. The driver get out, wearing the cliche oversized hoodie with a gun in hand asking for us to empty our pockets. My buddy literally had nothing in his pockets and said so. I had my wallet (w/ cards & $120 cash) and my iPod Touch. I really didn't want to give them either however the passenger got out of the car with a gun in his hand too. Being a bit buzzed I hesitated giving him my wallet considering having to call 3 banks to cancel the cards and having to replace my library card and w/e else. Really the main concern was them obtaining my driver's license and them knowing my address. Bare in mind that train of thought took place no more than 3 seconds while the guy was pointing a gun @ me; not to my face, but more towards stomach...which admittedly did give me that roller coaster drop stomach feeling. I took out my wallet, wanting to only give him the cash and not my cards and wallet (god, I love(d) my wallet) but did so as them jammed out of there. I tried to catch their license plate but it was seriously too dark. Plus I wouldn't doubt I was a bit tense in that situation. We got out of there and called all my banking institutions to cancel my cards; however 2 don't open till 7am-ish to speak w/ a real person. My buddy was freaking out, replaying the moment in his head...telling me things could've gone very different. He mentioned how they (them w/ them guns) looked just as scared as we were; probably too afraid to actually pull a trigger. Myself, in all honesty feel somewhat rushed with endorphins, considering they really only got away with cash. Yeah it was $120, but you know, it's paper,...it's paper. It feels kinda good typing this out, getting the thoughts out. It sucks I lost some cash, and though I'm a bit upset that they got my cards making me now call them and ask for replacements...what really off-puts' me if them having my drivers license w/ my address. (I do have a current replacement fortunately)... Oh well. It happened. First time ever seeing a gun right up to me and ****. - Joie de vivre.